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Boeotian muses         
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  • [[Polyhymnia]], the Muse of sacred [[poetry]], sacred [[hymn]] and [[eloquence]] as well as agriculture and [[pantomime]].
  • The ''Car of History'', a [[chariot clock]] by Carlo Franzoni, 1819, depicting Clio (housed in the [[National Statuary Hall Collection]] of the [[United States Capitol]])
  • ''Apollo and the Muses on Mount Helicon'' (1680) by [[Claude Lorrain]]
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  • ''Apollo and the Muses on Mount Parnassus'', c. 1650, by Johann Christoph Storer. Held at [[National Gallery of Art]]
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  • Mosaic with symbols of each Muse and Mnemosyne, 1st century BC, Archaeological Museum of [[Ancient Elis]].
  • Thalia]], Muse of comedy, holding a comic mask (detail from the "Muses Sarcophagus")
GODDESSES OF THE INSPIRATION OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
Aganippids; Corycides; Muse (Goddess); The Muses; Mousai; Muse (Greek mythology); Aganippides; Boeotian muses; Apollo and the Muses; Nine Muses (mythology); Muse; Temple of the Mousai and Hippukrene; Pegasid Muses; Greek muses
The three original, Boeotian muses were Mneme (the muse of memory), Melete (the muse of meditation) and Aoede (the muse of song).
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  • [[Polyhymnia]], the Muse of sacred [[poetry]], sacred [[hymn]] and [[eloquence]] as well as agriculture and [[pantomime]].
  • The ''Car of History'', a [[chariot clock]] by Carlo Franzoni, 1819, depicting Clio (housed in the [[National Statuary Hall Collection]] of the [[United States Capitol]])
  • ''Apollo and the Muses on Mount Helicon'' (1680) by [[Claude Lorrain]]
  • left
  • ''Apollo and the Muses on Mount Parnassus'', c. 1650, by Johann Christoph Storer. Held at [[National Gallery of Art]]
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  • Mosaic with symbols of each Muse and Mnemosyne, 1st century BC, Archaeological Museum of [[Ancient Elis]].
  • Thalia]], Muse of comedy, holding a comic mask (detail from the "Muses Sarcophagus")
GODDESSES OF THE INSPIRATION OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
Aganippids; Corycides; Muse (Goddess); The Muses; Mousai; Muse (Greek mythology); Aganippides; Boeotian muses; Apollo and the Muses; Nine Muses (mythology); Muse; Temple of the Mousai and Hippukrene; Pegasid Muses; Greek muses
n. pl.
[With The prefixed.] The tuneful Nine, the tuneful quire (Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, Urania).
Muses         
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  • [[Polyhymnia]], the Muse of sacred [[poetry]], sacred [[hymn]] and [[eloquence]] as well as agriculture and [[pantomime]].
  • The ''Car of History'', a [[chariot clock]] by Carlo Franzoni, 1819, depicting Clio (housed in the [[National Statuary Hall Collection]] of the [[United States Capitol]])
  • ''Apollo and the Muses on Mount Helicon'' (1680) by [[Claude Lorrain]]
  • left
  • ''Apollo and the Muses on Mount Parnassus'', c. 1650, by Johann Christoph Storer. Held at [[National Gallery of Art]]
  • 270x270px
  • Mosaic with symbols of each Muse and Mnemosyne, 1st century BC, Archaeological Museum of [[Ancient Elis]].
  • Thalia]], Muse of comedy, holding a comic mask (detail from the "Muses Sarcophagus")
GODDESSES OF THE INSPIRATION OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS
Aganippids; Corycides; Muse (Goddess); The Muses; Mousai; Muse (Greek mythology); Aganippides; Boeotian muses; Apollo and the Muses; Nine Muses (mythology); Muse; Temple of the Mousai and Hippukrene; Pegasid Muses; Greek muses
In ancient Greek religion and mythology, the Muses (, ) are the inspirational goddesses of literature, science, and the arts. They were considered the source of the knowledge embodied in the poetry, lyric songs, and myths that were related orally for centuries in ancient Greek culture.